Is the Blueprint-X Money Making Formula just another internet marketing scam or is it a legitimate internet income program? The answer may surprise you.
It is interesting that the Blueprint-X formula sales letter begins with a long discussion on how many internet marketers scam potential buyers. Bryan Winters, the author, lists seven tricks that internet marketing scammers use to help sell their products online.
It is a fairly long sales letter. Does the sales letter use any of the seven scams? The only one that he may of broken is the false income statements. He shows some and then jokes about showing them. They are probably real Click Bank income statements.
Here is one of the seven scams mentioned:
“SCAM 4. RIDICULOUS income claims.
Fortunately the FTC is cracking down on this, but any program that *guarantees* you can make a RIDICULOUS sum of money in a RIDICULOUS amount of time is another to stay away from.
Businesses are BUILT, not BORN.
It’s not to say you can’t be making money from day one. Or at least, be on your way to making money. I’ve created a product from scratch in a matter of hours and made thousands. There are ways.
But to throw out figures like ‘$45,000 per month’ and guarantee people can be making that kind of money with a special piece of software or system in a couple weeks is ALWAYS false.
How many times do you have to be told that there are no magic buttons to making a serious income online? It will always take some work and effort on your part. Always. Always. Always.
So clearly, many of us need to be told to WISE UP and stop making these scammers rich. They’re flat out lying to you, for the specific purpose of stealing your money.”
In the sales letter he tells more about what the product is and does than most sales letters. Actually, he told as much as he possibly could without telling what the formula is. He also mentions the standard sixty day Click Bank refund policy.
Many internet marketing courses are not worth the cost. They seldom contain the materials and information that the sales letter promised.
Surprisingly, this program has a uniqueness and simplicity which is very refreshing. It is a formula that makes sense and is doable for almost anyone.
Without going into details, the formula involves placing special ads in various places on the Internet.
In the Blueprint-X members area Bryan goes into great detail about how to implement it. Within the formula there is a lot of flexibility on different ways you can implement it. You can choose the methods that best suits you.
The member’s area had several additional surprises. One was a very complete copy writing course. Even nicer, there were two additional internet marketing income programs there. So there are three income programs instead of only one. Interestingly, the three programs can be used independently of each other or used in conjunction with each other.